Happy 6th Birthday, Boo Bear!

Oh my goodness. The night you were born, I was completely unprepared! You came sooner than expected, and I feel as if that characterizes the majority of our relationship. Your questions take me off guard, and I'm rarely prepared for your big thoughts and poignant comments. Where have the last 6 years flown, my sweet … Continue reading Happy 6th Birthday, Boo Bear!

Nesting

I've hit a period of urgency in my nesting. I've been saying the whole 2nd and 3rd trimester that it feels like Baby is coming early. She's dropped significantly in 24 hours, and while I sensed this would be the case, I'm still not totally prepared. So, because we're done with school, and I don't … Continue reading Nesting

Introducing Summer Workshop Series 2022!!!

Hey!! Take a listen to our latest podcast episode for some exciting homestead updates and the introduction to our Summer Workshop Series 2022!! Episode 7: Introducing our Summer Workshop Series 2022

Finance over Faith: My Review of WPG’s 2022-23 Homeschool Planner

When the Christian company follows secular feedback over bold integration of faith, I begin to doubt the integrity of the company.

Pre-Baby Inventory/ Mom-ing Goals

I've hit that marvelous milestone in maternity- 20 weeks. The miraculous half way point (or in my case, usually just beyond half way, as my babes never tend to take a full 40 weeks) and I have got to tell you, I'm experiencing the oddest combination of "Dear Lord, I'm not ready!!!" And "thank goodness … Continue reading Pre-Baby Inventory/ Mom-ing Goals

Making Christmas Gifts with the Children: A “Stuffy” Ball

I decided to have the kiddos draw names to make gifts for each other this year. I told them they could draw, paint, color, sculpt, sew- whatever they'd like to do. My oldest got my youngest's name and was pondering out loud, "What can I make her that she won't just break?...I got it! A … Continue reading Making Christmas Gifts with the Children: A “Stuffy” Ball

Sweet Confirmation

God has asked some hard things of me in my life. Among those things was the conviction to leave the yoga teaching industry, abandon social media and the revenue it brought my homestead business, lay down my desire for control in various relationships, to sacrifice continuing my college education in order to stay at home … Continue reading Sweet Confirmation